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It’s time to check out your motor vehicle licence plate for possible manufacturer’s defects. You may be driving around not knowing your vehicle plate is defective, and if so, it could mean a RCMP officer has the...
“May you live in interesting times” could be received as a fond wish, or be what it is claimed to be; a translation of a traditional curse. Be what it may, that expression is applicable to our...
I have forwarded this note to the leadership of Cape Breton Island’s municipalities and First Nations. It is encouraging to see discussions recently with respect to Cape Breton’s municipal and First Nation leaders calling...
One of the most powerful messages we hear repeatedly during the COVID-19 pandemic is the notion of being kind to one another. We hear it expressed by Chief Medical Officer Dr. Rob Strang and...
Although J.M Keynes was an economist, his words are also appropriate to our COVID-19 pandemic: “When my information changes, I alter my conclusions.” What we know about this virus has advanced since it first...
Today, new wind and solar projects are the cheapest forms of electricity on Earth; five times cheaper than coal, five times cheaper than nuclear energy, and three times cheaper than natural gas. These technologies...
“The plague full swift goes by…” – Thomas Nashe After almost a year of wrestling with the challenges presented by Covid, and despite casting a wary eye to what may well be “the winter...
As some people are aware, I am writing this letter in good faith to try and help other people in two other Cape Breton communities. The Framboise-Fourchu area needs prompt attention concerning the deteriorating...
Europeans and others who arrived in North America adopted the idea of taking as much of the natural resources (lumber, minerals, fish, etc.) as they possibly could. They have continued to do exactly that...
By: Garth Paul Ukrainetz Poet Laureate of the Blackmud Creek From the collection of Albert Sayer, courtesy Karen Pelton Roll on...




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